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2013 GLOBAL HEALTHCARE SUMMIT Lead by AAPI (USA) & GAPIO | KOCHI | INDIA
www.aapighsindia.org, 28 June 2013 [cached]
Dr. Bharat Gadhavi, CEO, HCG Hospitals, Ahmedabad, India
HCG Oncology » 2012 » January
www.hcgoncology.com, 1 Jan 2012 [cached]
Dr. Bharat Gadhavi, CEO & Medical Director, HCG Cancer Centre, Ahmedabad, said, "A comprehensive cancer center in Gujarat was the need of the hour for many a cancer patients who were looking forward to a qualitative life.
Gujarat emerges as healthcare destination for NRIs : HindustanTimes.com
www.hindustantimes.com, 1 July 2002 [cached]
Bharat Gadhvi, medical administrator at Sterling Hospital, an Ahmedabad-based 290-bed hospital, says the technology advancements in Gujarat hospitals has also helped the state emerge as a preferred healthcare destination for overseas Indians.
"Earlier technology used in hospitals in Gujarat as well as in other parts of India used to be the main differentiator between us and the developed countries," said Gadhvi
"If we manage to establish the Gujarat brand as a healthcare destination during this meet and festive period when a large-number of expatriates are expected to visit the state, then sky will be the limit in years ahead," said Gadhvi
Gujarat Plus.com :: Gujarat News
www.gujaratplus.com, 1 Oct 2002 [cached]
On the possibilities of why necrosis occurred, medical experts opine that the injection containing medicine might have gone into the artery instead of the vein. ‘‘The veins carry medicine with blood to the heart, but in this case, the medicine moved further into the palm, causing necrosis," said Dr Bharat Gadhavi, medical superintendent of Sterling hospital.
Injection might have gone into artery: medical expert On the possibilities of why necrosis occurred, medical experts opine that the injection containing medicine might have gone into the artery instead of the vein. ‘‘The veins carry medicine with blood to the heart, but in this case, the medicine probably moved further into the palm, causing necrosis," said Dr Bharat Gadhavi, medical superintendent of Sterling.
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www.medisourceasia.com, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
We charge only for performing procedure," says Dr Bharat Gadhvi, senior surgeon at Sterling Hospitals."This will help the medical tourism industry to grow.We are expecting good results," Dr Gadhvi adds.